offensive when approached by a wild animal. you are going to get a lesson on what not to do. you saw what she did? the bay comes on the porch -- the bear comes up on the porch and she says no, not in my house. >> what would you do? >> let it do what it wants. we are dealing with fog, north and west of baltimore city, some accidents have been cleared. it's bad out this. >> that is where you are seeing is falling this morning and in sliding towards baltimore, as you are driving around baltimore, bel air, don't be surprised if you see a couple of sprinkles out there. it doesn't pick up on the radar, the droplets are too small to handle. zooming in across the area, light showers and sprinkles towards the west of towson, and the east of towson. the heavier rain is back
towards the west, we can see it around walkersville, frederick, i-70, damp this morning. it's wet out there, moderate to heavier rain falling down in virginia, middleburg, ashburg, hay market, i-66, this will push in to montgomery county, they are definitely in the line of fire of the showers that are going to work in through this morning, off and on showers throughout the day. temperature 63 degrees, millersville. where we are seeing the rain showers, temperatures are cooler this morning. let's get a check of the time saver traffic with loren cook. good morning, patchy fog and accidents. good morning, as you mentioned, patchy fog, going to be a huge issue this morning. areas affected the most will be north and west of baltimore city, on interstate 70, howard county, be careful because the roads are going to be wet. slow down, turn on the low beams to avoid the fog. if you are traveling on 695, as
we check in and look on northwest corner, green spring, everything is up to speed. no problems on the inner loop up towards 83. that outer loop, drive times, taking you 11 minutes. no delays traveling from 795s towards 95. beltway is clear from parkville, all the way up to towson. if you are using the jfx, no problems to report traveling southbound from the beltway to fayette street, just the typical 11 minute ride. that's a look at time saver traffic. baltimore county firefighter is on the wrong side of t law this morning, he is accused of sexually abusing two teen boys. linda so is live at county police headquarters. this is an open active investigation. >> reporter: yes, police believe ere are more victims, parents, detectives want you to look at this picture and talk with your kids if they have been in contact with this man. 23 year old, maurice cotel, owings mills, accused of
sexually abusing two, 14 year old boys in the spring. one of the victims contacted police last week, and told them cotel had abused him while living with his family. the victim told police he witnessed cotel abuse a friend at his house. police say the abuse happened between may 1st and june 1st. he is a probationary firefighter and active volunteer with the landsdowne fire department, he has been suspended from both positions pending the outcome of the investigation he is held on 150,000 dollars bond. if you have information on the case or believe your child maybe a victim, call the crimes against children unit at 410- 853-3650. linda so, abc2 news. two killings in less than two months ends up to a $2000 fine for a parkville bar. the owner of the bar had to make a plea. following a shooting in the
parking lot in july and the stabbing of a secure guard. the riffraff ends up on their front haunt say the neighbors. the opener has security cameras inside but weren't working the night jones died. he fixed the problem and working on upgrades. >> my concern, then, is for stray bullets. >> that was a warning from the chairman of the liquor board. another violent act and the license could be taken away. a neighbor says he will petition a leasing company to get it shutdown. a philadelphia police officer is under investigation after being caught on video hitting a woman at the puerto rican day parade during the weekend. police had to be called for a man who was driving erratically, . an unidentified man behind gusman throws a liquid on the officers and it
looks like the officer approaches gusman and punches her in the face. he is on desk duty while the incident is continuing to be investigated. seats coming loose on a boeing 757. the first instance happened saturday on a flight from boston to miami and a second similar incident happened monday from new york to miami. it's coming to light that the third american flight from colorado to dallas had issues with las seats last month. in a statement american says there could be a possible issue with a certain model of seat. the airline will inspect others that could have a similar problem. no reports of injuries on any of the flights. gym teacher is suing the new york education department because he claims a six year old beat him up. john webster is 5'10", 220 pounds, he brought the boy to the principal's office and said
the child kicked him so hard and caused ligament damage. the boy had an ex tensive history of being combative and assaulting other students and teachers before assaulting him. most people would cower if they saw a bear on the parch, but not this -- porch, but not this woman.. >> no, it's a word everyoneand all bears understand, too. she was alerted by a man whose videoing the journey from the other side of the house, you can hear his voice on the video. she came out of the home office and ready to fight. the bear didn't hesitate, he ran off as soon as she started screeching and shouting no. news time is now 5:36,
the four dollar everyday value slam. only four dollars every day. only at denny's. if you looked for cupcakes in annapolis, you are out of the loop this was about the cult phenomenon, johnny cupcake. hundreds gathered from the cupcakes from the crip tour. the company sells clothing, not sweet treats. the founder started the business when he was 19 selling t-shirts out of the back of his car. he was voted a business week best young entrepreneur, making 21 stops on his tour next up for him, will be in dc. did you know about johnny cupcake? >> yeah, charlie. i didn't, i really didn't.
>> we had to poll the newsroom. no one knew. >> i didn't know either. the rain is coming down, especially towards the west of baltimore this morning. let's take a radar tour on maryland's most powerful radar, looking back towards the west, frederick county, you are getting hit the hardest as of now. see this trying to slide over along i-275, traveling along the road, getting wetted this morning, moving towards damascus, poolsville, heavier rain as well. as we look along i-70, you have been dealing with the heavier rain when for a while. we will taper things off, but it will come back in to the afternoon, the bus stop forecast coming home, and going is going to be wet. now a check of the time safe traffic with loren cook. we do have patchy fog. >> yes, be careful if you are traveling west or knot of baltimore cities a lot of reduced visibility. turn on the low beams. traveling in baltimore city, we have the sink hole repairs that
continue to shutdown east monument, between wolf street and patterson park. use orleans and this whole mess will be cleared up, by the middle of the month. if you are traveling on the jfx, no delays downtown, taking a look now at 95, white marble, nice and clear all the way in to the city. krystal conwell : we see a lot of problems with the...
will mean hundreds of millions of dollars... for schools...from gaming revenues that would have... gone to other states. and independent audits will guarantee the money... goes where it's supposed to. krystal conwell: i think people should vote for question... seven because i think it will be a great benefit to children. doctors were able to grow a woman a new ear using her own cartilage. a woman in mailed has a new ear, thanks to a mind blowing procedure and you have to see the pictures to believe it. 42 year old sherry walter had cancer on he ear and it had the
be removed as well as the structures inside her head, and doctors decided well, less make her a new '. what they did is took cartilage from her ribs and shaped it in to an ear, they took the cartilage and put it under her forearm and stretched the skin. they put it on to he head and sherry walter has two ears. this is not the final product. doctors carved it mores giving her an ear lobe making it look natural. it's a function functional ear. her hearing is back to the way it was. her body won't reject it because everything was done within her own body. sometimes we become viewers, even in newsroom is
watching as that story was done. that is amazing. an amazing story coming out of johns hopkins. teaming up to get kids active. the goal is to end childhood obesity. sherrie johnson is live. the idea is to get kids up and get them moving. >> reporter: that's right. we are here atlinton springs elementary school. the kids are in for a surprise, ravens will be visiting today. it's a part of the nfl play 60 challenge. this morning, i have donny white and bridget, they are both physical education teachers at the school. first of all, tell me about what is happening today. >> today is our kickoff assembly for project aces. we have an assembly planned at 9:30 for the kids. torey smith is coming. we are excited. >> reporter: donny, tell me
about why this program is so important to get kids moving. >> it's important because we want kids to move 60 minute as day to step in and help prevent childhood obesity, heart disease, cancer, diabetes, just spread the awareness of the benefits of living healthy. >> what are the problems we are seeing with childhood obesity. >> it leads to things like diabetes, heart disease, cancer, and a shorter life span, really. >> thank you so much for joining us. physical education. that was my favorite subject. i loved pe. hats off to you. that starts at 9:30. the kids will be surprised. the idea is to get them up and moving 60 minutes a day. sherrie johnson, abc2 news. five things you need to know, tomorrow first of three presidential debates up to election day.
barack obama and mitt romney are tackling a number of issues in denver. a pa judge expected to rule about a new state law requiring every voter to present a photo id at the polls opponents say it will deprive some people of their right to vote. today find out if the latest search for jimmy hoffa's body turned up clues. they dug through concrete. soil samples are looked at to be sure they contain human remains. maceys is ramping up hiring , the retailer says it plans to bring in 80,000 seasonal workers. they are needed to staff sales floors, store operations and call centers and shipping centers for on line orders. today is live strong day. send a message of support
through facebook or twitter. each message means $1 for on going cancer research. ikea is under fire for removing women from the saudi arabia version of the catalog. to look at the difference, the one on the right is the saudi catalog, the one on the left is what you normally see. this raised questions about commitment to gender equality. in saudi arabia, a woman must have a man's permission if they want to leave the house, or work. we might be gathering supplies to make it through the winter storm or winter storm walter. several decades after hurricanes started getting names, blizzards in the u.s. could be getting names of their own. the weather channel will assign them. first time winter storm received names. none of the weather channels 26
winter storm names will coincide with those produced for the hurricane center. lynette, your thoughts on naming winter storms. >> i think it's a pretty good idea. the reason why hurricanes get names is because you can have several storms in the basin at one time. it's easier to know which one you are talking about. with blizzards, you only get them back to back. we know that all too well. people give them names anyway. i think it's a good idea. as we talk about what is going on in terms of the wet weather. it's here, we are seeing it in frederick county, back off towards the west, we will get off and on showers as we head through the remainder of today and this will be courtesy of the system that's down south making its way towards the north. we are mild this morning, cloud cover out there, but, where we are seeing the rain, temperatures are cooler, westminster 58 degrees, middletown at 58, 59 rockville. heading towards the eastern
show, 65 easton, more of the same in goldsboro. also dealing with winds today, come out of the east, that's going to help keep news the cloud cover as well. we are dealing with that water. now, the temperature for today, i'm going with 77 degrees, above average, more humid with the tropical air mass. 67 degrees by tonight with late fog developing, by tomorrow, we will be warmer as the warm front moves through the area and also spotty showers. there is your seven-day forecast, we love thursday and friday. as we will see sunshine in the forecast. let's get a check of the time saver traffic with loren cookch. good morning, hurry up thursday and friday. right now, dealing with fog this morning. you will want to expect reduced visibility. turn on the low beams and slow down. traffic is starting to pick up in the harrisburg expressway. no delays as you do maybe the thrive from shawan to 695, 695,
overly, no problems to report, inner loop clear towards 95. the outer loop, no problems as you head up towards towson. as we check in and look at other drive times, no problems on the west side of the beltway, the typical 11 minute ride, on the outer loop, from 795, towards 95 and the fort mc henry, in great shape as well. traveling northbound, from the beltway, all the way to the toll plaza, looking at a normal 8 minutes. charlie, over to you. a gourd landed a man the record book. up next, how this guy broke world rerds for a massive pumpkin.